by DuongApt at 08-03-2020, 04:00 AM
On the sixth anniversary of the release of Guardians of the Galaxy. James Gunn took to Twitter to celebrate the occasion.

Six years to the day after the movie originally premiered in theaters. Director James Gunn is celebrating the anniversary of the original Guardians of the Galaxy. First released on the big screen in the United States on Aug. 1, 2014. The blockbuster superhero movie was a tremendous hit at the box office. Earning hundreds of millions of dollars in worldwide ticket sale profits. The movie was a big hit with viewers and critics as well. Pulling in a 91% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes with a 92% audience score.

"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 opened 6 years ago today. Wow," So James Gunn said in a post on Twitter, acknowledging the anniversary of one of his most celebrated movies. The filmmaker also includes four photos from behind the scenes of the Marvel movie. Showing the filmmaker hamming it up on the set with some of the movie's stars like Zoe Saldana, Michael Rooker, Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Lee Pace, Karen Gillan, and Djimon Hounsou. It seems pretty clear that this would have been one particularly fun project to be a part of for Gunn and his Guardians cast if the bright smiles on all of their faces would seem to be any indication.

James Gunn Twitt:

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Based on the comic book superhero team of the same name created by Marvel Comics. Guardians of the Galaxy was directed by Gunn with a screenplay co-written by Gunn and Nicole Perlman. Its ensemble cast featured Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer, Vin Diesel as Groot, Bradley Cooper as Rocket, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, Michael Rooker as Yondu, Karen Gillan as Nebula, and Djimon Hounsou as Korath. Based on the movie's incredible success, so Gunn followed suit with the follow-up movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which was released in theaters in 2017 with even better results at the box office.

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Of course, we would have gotten three Guardians of the Galaxy movies by now. If not for the infamous controversy that saw Gunn ousted from Disney in 2018 based on tasteless tweets posted to Twitter many years prior. At the time, the Guardians cast rallied behind Gunn. Pleading with Disney to bring back the filmmaker to resume work on Vol. 3. Though Disney has since relented and brought Gunn back into the fold to develop his third Guardians movie. The project will not have to wait until the filmmaker is completely finished with The Suicide Squad reboot he developed for DC and Warner Bros.

For what it's worth. Gunn believes The Suicide Squad will satisfy his fans for now while they wait for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. "I am beyond excited and we have MAJOR SURPRISES in store for the fans". Gunn also said on Twitter of the Suicide Squad reboot. The filmmaker also teased more information to come in The Suicide Squad panel for DC FanDome virtual experience on Saturday, Aug, 22. So you can find out more information about the free online event at DCFanDome.com. So this story comes to us from James Gunn on Twitter.
by DuongApt at 08-03-2020, 03:44 AM
In what sounds like a joke from 30 Rock. Oscar nominee Amy Adams is set to star in a new movie called Nightbitch at Annapurna Pictures where a new mother is becoming increasingly concerned that she’s transforming into a dog. Yes, this is a totally real movie. And Tracy Jordan is somehow not involved despite his previous work on the dog transformation movie Fat Bitch.

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Deadline has word on Annapurna Pictures winning the rights to Nightbitch. An adaptation of Rachel Yoder‘s upcoming novel of the same name that’s slated to be published in the summer of 2021. Here’s the official synopsis from the author’s website:

Quote:In Nightbitch, an unnamed woman and former artist, thrust into stay-at-home domesticity after the birth of her son, becomes worried she’s turning into a dog. Her husband, who travels for work five days a week. Easily dismisses her fears from hotel rooms. Meanwhile, the mother is forced to contend with the very real physical manifestations of her solitary anxiety, with only her two-year-old son for company. As her symptoms intensify, she struggles to keep her alter-canine-identity secret. Finally jolted to action after an impulsive and disastrous encounter with the family cat. She seeks a cure for her condition in an herbal multi-level marketing scheme. A group of mommies all inexplicably named Jen, and Wanda White. A mysterious academic specializing in ‘mythical ethnography.’

All right, when it describe like that. It doesn’t sound completely ridiculous. If anything, this just feels like it could be a Wolfman-esque movie with a female lead. Perhaps with some mocking of Avon cosmetics thrown in there for good measure.
Could there be some kind of commentary here on how mothers can feel shunned by friends after they’ve had their first child. Suddenly finding themselves invited less to social gatherings and increasingly cast to the side? There’s clearly some kind of metaphor at work here. Especially with Deadline describing the novel as “exposing the absurd and feral truths of motherhood”. And if it caught the attention of Amy Adams. It must have some real substance to it.

This will be the fifth time that Amy Adams has worked with Annapurna Pictures following The MasterAmerican HustleHer, and Vice. All of those are roles that could have easily landed her an Oscar win. But the statue still eludes Adams despite nominate six times. Perhaps Nightbitch will finally be the movie that gets her the award she so clearly deserves. Though she may have another opportunity that arrives before that with Ron Howard’s Hillbilly Elegy on the way.

As of now, there’s no director attached to the project. But Rachel Yoder will be adapting her own novel for the screen. Megan EllisonSue Naegle. And Sammy Scher are executive producing for Annapurna Pictures with Amy Adams also producing with Stacy O’Neill through Bond Group Entertainment.
by DuongApt at 08-03-2020, 03:18 AM
After directing last year’s Pokémon Detective Pikachu movie. Director Rob Letterman is sticking in the world of video games for his next film.

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A new report says Letterman will direct a Beyond Good and Evil movie for Netflix, which is based on Ubisoft’s 2003 video game that’s built a small cult following since its release.

The Hollywood Reporter has the news about Letterman’s new project. And they say the film will be a hybrid of live-action and animation. Letterman makes sense as the director for a project with that style, since he comes from the world of animation and has directed three movies that heavily involve VFX mixing with live-action (2010’s Gulliver’s Travels, 2015’s Goosebumps, and Detective Pikachu).

Here’s the game’s synopsis:

Quote:[Beyond Good and Evil] takes place in the 25th century on a remote mining planet that is under alien attack. The military rulers that promised to defend the population may be in league with the invaders. In this environment, a young photojournalist named Jade is recruited to be part of an underground resistance movement.

Here’s the trailer for a remastered version of the game (which blatantly uses sound effects from Star Wars):
Unlike adaptations of games like Assassin’s CreedSplinter Cell, or The Last of Us. This is an adaptation that absolutely no one was clamoring for. The original game performed pretty poorly when it was released in 2003. But over the years it has developed a small and vocal fanbase. Eventually, Ubisoft began developing a prequel game. Beyond Good and Evil 2, which was announced at E3 2017 but has yet to see the light of day.

Jason Altman and Margaret Boykin for Ubisoft Film & Television are producing this movie version. Which is still searching for a writer to turn the sci-fi game into a proper movie script. Ubisoft, a video game company based in France, is responsible for games like Far CryPrince of Persia, and Rainbow Six. Just to name a few, and about a decade ago. It launched a film and television division with the intention of overseeing any film adaptations and making sure they held true to the essence of the games. But the company’s first swing out of the gate was 2016’s Assassin’s Creed. Starring Michael Fassbender, and that movie crashed and burned. Hard. So far, that’s the only film the company has produced. But there are adaptations of Tom Clancy’s The DivisionTom Clancy’s Ghost ReconRabbidsJust Dance, and Werewolves Within in the works as we speak.
by DuongApt at 08-03-2020, 03:04 AM
Lionsgate’s horror thriller Antebellum starring Janelle Monáe was originally meant to be released this spring. But the coronavirus pandemic shut down movie theaters everywhere and the studio pushed it back to late this summer. But here we are still dealing with COVID-19. And new theatrical releases are still delay. So Lionsgate has now delayed Antebellum again, this time with no new release date set.

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Deadline reported Lionsgate’s decision to take Antebellum off the 2020 release calendar for the time being. The rescheduled release date of August 21, 2020 seemed like a safe bet back when we thought the spread of COVID-19 might be squashed by the end of summer. But things have only gotten worse as the United States and local governments continue to make poor decisions in reopening the economy too soon without having proper restrictions in place.

The release of Christopher Nolan’s new movie Tenet has been the determining factor in when movie theaters in the United States will reopen. Sine Warner Bros. Pictures just pushed the release back to September 2, 2020. Movie theaters have delayed their reopening in reaction. And Lionsgate’s shift of Antebellum is one of several other release date shifts in the wake of Tenet‘s move.

There’s a chance Antebellum could still end up being released later this year. But it probably depends on how the reopening of movie theaters turns out. But with Paramount pushing back the likes of A Quiet Place II and Top Gun: Maverick from release later this year to new dates in 2021. It’s equally possible that Lionsgate chooses to delay it until sometime early next year. There’s so much flexibility in how movie theaters will reopen, no release date is solid at this point.

Antebellum also stars Marque Richardson II. Eric Lange. Jack Huston. Kiersey Clemons. Tongayi Chirisa. Gabourey Sidibe. Rob Aramayo. Lily Cowles. And Jena Malone. Gerard Bush and Christoper Renz (Bush+Renz) is the director, Zev Foreman and Lezlie Wills is the producer.

You can watch the trailer for Antebellum over here, and read the official synopsis below:

Quote:Successful author Veronica Henley (Janelle Monáe) finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality. And must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it’s too late. ANTEBELLUM is a terrifying new thriller from the producer of the acclaimed films GET OUT and US, and groundbreaking directors Gerard Bush and Christoper Renz (Bush+Renz) – an exciting new voice in filmmaking.
by clarkkenallstar at 08-02-2020, 02:12 PM
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British star Idris Elba has confirmed that a movie version of his popular detective drama series, Luther, is under works.


In the series created by Neil Cross, Elba was seen as DCI John Luther, a genius detective with a gift to solve murders, but his mind can't always save him from the violence of his passions. The show ended its five-season run in 2019.

"I've maintained I'd like to see it come to a film, and that is where I think we are heading towards -- a film. And I'm looking forward to making that happen. It is happening," Elba said, while
He shared the news while speaking to the press after receiving the BAFTA Special Award at the Virgin Media BAFTA Television Awards, reports variety.com.

The London-born star is being recognised by BAFTA for his craft and for pushing for diversity and new talent.

"With film, the sky is the limit. You can be a little bit bolder with the storylines. And (you can be) a little bit more international, and a little more up the scale. But John Luther is always going to be John Luther," he added.

Elba also shared that he would like to direct and write more, as well as act.

With his own production company, he said that he has been producing "solidly for about five years. I love it, it is a really slow burn thing, and you cultivate your land really slowly, but it is really satisfying".

He added: "I love acting, and I'd like to win a BAFTA as an actor one day."

Asked about championing new talent, Elba said: "We've all got a duty -- each one, teach one, and to give others an opportunity. I wouldn't be here if someone didn't think I didn't have talent. You have to pay it forward."
by clarkkenallstar at 08-02-2020, 02:07 PM
China Hits Reopening High On Saturday; ‘Dolittle’ Tops $10M As ‘Interstellar’ Reissue Poised For Sunday Blast – International Box Office

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Since cinemas reopened in China’s low-risk areas on July 20, the market today had its biggest day yet. Box office was $5.74M (RMB 40M) overall for the day, according to Maoyan figures. That reps a 38% jump from Friday.

After leading last weekend and the midweeks, then dropping to No. 2 on Friday, Universal’s Dolittle piped back up on Saturday with another $1.45M (+111% over Friday). The cume through today is $10.85M. Local title The Enigma Of Arrival dropped to No. 2 on Saturday and has grossed $2.4M so far.
The situation is expected to change on Sunday with Warner Bros’ reissue of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. The film, which could act as a taster for Tenet’s as-yet undetermined China release, also has an IMAX component and currently looks like it will will be the top title tomorrow.

As we have previously noted, that Interstellar has a runtime of 169 minutes means the initial local restrictions on films over two hours in the current climate is easing. However, we also understand that intermissions are being mandated for such lengthy movies in certain areas. It is unclear if the aim is to re-sanitize auditoria during the breaks, but even that process would prolong the time audiences are in the cinemas and perhaps circulating while they wait.

More on China and other international box office markets to come on Sunday…

PREVIOUS, FRIDAY: China’s second Friday with cinemas back to business in low-risk areas rang up another $4M at local turnstiles, a 39% increase versus the same day last week. About 60% of movie theaters are now operating, with capacity limits and social distancing still in place, so all numbers are to be taken with a grain of salt, though they are encouraging.

This is certainly not China as we once knew it, but there are signs of appetite for new local and Hollywood releases. It has been good to see relatively flat midweek days after last Sunday’s high-water mark of $5M+. From last Friday to this Friday (inclusive), post-coronavirus box office in the Middle Kingdom is at about $27M. That does not include the toe-in-the-water reopened days in the market (July 20-23), but tacking those on, the overall number rises to about $30M.

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Universal’s Dolittle, which held the No. 1 spot since debuting last Friday, saw good midweek play and today slotted into 2nd place with a running cume of $9.4M. It has a Douban score of 5.7 and a Maoyan note of 8.2 and should hit $10M this weekend. That would make China the No. 3 offshore market on the expensive Robert Downey Jr-starrer, behind the UK and Korea.

Middle Kingdom play so far this session is led by new local title The Enigma Of Arrival which was originally scheduled to bow over the Valentine’s Day frame but was sidelined by COVID. The Song Wen-directed suspense drama kicked off with about $1.35M on Friday. While it’s carrying just a 5 on Douban, it’s got a better 7.5 on Maoyan and its lead today points to the hunger for new, and local, titles. The story sees a group of college friends reunite for the first time since the disappearance of a girl they all secretly pined after.
Also new in China is another local movie, the animated Mr Miao (Miao Xian Sheng), a tale of good and evil, which came in at No. 3 with about $416K through today.

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New from the studios, Paramount’s Sonic The Hedgehog was slower off the starting block on Friday with $315K from about 5,560 locations, and despite a better Douban score than Dolittle (6.1 v 5.7). Business could pick up over the weekend, but given this film skews younger there’s perhaps concern on the part of families about trotting the tots out just yet. Searchlight’s Oscar winner Jojo Rabbit was another new Hollywood title, debuting with about $165K today — and a strong 8.4 on Douban as well as what we understand was the highest per screen of the openers. Warner Bros will unspool a reissue of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar with an IMAX component in China on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Korea is still going strong, welcoming new local action drama Steel Rain 2: Summit which has grossed just shy of $3.3M since opening on Wednesday. It elbowed runaway Train To Busan sequel Peninsula to the No. 2 spot on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Peninsula has a Korea cume of $23.5M so far according to Kobiz. After reaching $35.8M across 7 markets (including Korea) last weekend, the movie is primed to hit $40M before it releases domestically via Well Go on August 7. It is already the top grossing movie of 2020 in Singapore.

Elsewhere this weekend, Russell Crowe-starrer Unhinged opens in the UK via Altitude. Russia, which last weekend had only about 6% of its theaters open, is due to get a boost as the Karo Cinemas circuit is reopening all of its Moscow locations starting tomorrow. All remaining Karo cinemas throughout St. Petersburg and the regions will reopen between August 16 and September 1. The exhibitor says it is showing all new films, including local titles Happy End, Widow and Cosmobol (local pics accounted for 22% of overall box office in 2019). Non-Russian upcoming new releases include Unhinged, Peninsula, Ava, My Spy and Escape From Pretoria.

And, finally, some good news out of Spain: Cinemas in Barcelona have been allowed to reopen after being ordered shut mid-month owing to new clusters of the virus. And that’s just in time for what’s shaping up to be a local smash: Padre No Hay Más Que Uno 2 (Father There Is Only One 2) taking 70% market share at open.

We’ll update more from the international box office throughout the weekend.
by clarkkenallstar at 08-02-2020, 02:01 PM
Kim Cattrall’s ‘Filthy Rich’, Spectrum Drama ‘L.A.’s Finest’ Get Fox Premiere Dates & Trailers



As we roll toward the coronavirus-disrupted fall TV season, Fox has set premiere dates for a pair of drama series. Its Kim Cattrall-fronted Filthy Rich will bow at 9 p.m. Monday, September 21, following the 8 p.m. launch of Spectrum Originals pickup L.A.’s Finest, starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba.

Watch the trailer for Filthy Rich above and a promo for L.A.’s Finest below.



When Fox released its initial fall schedule back in May, Filthy Rich was set for the 9 p.m. Tuesday slot, with Season 1 of L.A.’s Finest as the lead-in for new AI drama neXt on Mondays. That John Slattery-fronted show now is taking the 9 p.m. Tuesday slot, as Fox revealed a week ago.



Created by Tate Taylor, Filthy Rich stars Sex and the City alumna Cattrall as Margaret Monreaux, the matriarch of a mega-rich Southern family famous for creating a wildly successful Christian television network. After her husband dies in a plane crash, Margaret and family are stunned to learn that he fathered three illegitimate children, all of whom are written into his will — threatening their family name and fortune. Melia Kreiling, Aubrey Dollar, Corey Cott, Benjamin Levy Aguilar, Mark L. Young and Olivia Macklin co-star along with Steve Harris and Aaron Lazar.



Filthy Rich writer-director Taylor executive produces the series from 20th Century Fox Television, Imagine Television and Fox Entertainment alongside Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo, John Norris and showrunner Abe Sylvia. Cattrall is a producer.



Spawned from the universe of Jerry Bruckheimer’s Bad Boys movie franchise L.A.’s Finest stars Union and Alba as cops taking on the most dangerous criminals in Los Angeles. Union plays Syd Burnett, last seen in Miami taking down a drug cartel, who has seemingly left her complicated past behind to become an LAPD detective. Paired with a new partner, Nancy McKenna (Alba), a working mom with an equally complex history, Syd is forced to confront how her unapologetic lifestyle may be masking a greater personal secret.


Fox will air Season 1 of L.A.’s Finest, which debuted exclusively on Spectrum in May 2019. Produced by Sony Pictures Television, its second season was slated to premiere June 8 on the cabler’s channel but was pushed at the last minute amid the protests over George Floyd’s death. The new season’s premiere date now is TBD.
by clarkkenallstar at 08-01-2020, 05:44 PM
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The Rhode Island Dept. of the Treasury is evidently a Mickey Mouse operation.

A resident of the state received a sales tax refund this week, but noticed that the names of General Treasurer Seth Magaziner and State Controller Peter Keenan had been substituted. Mickey Mouse signed as General Treasurer, while Walt Disney put his John Hancock in as the State Controller.
The state claims a technical glitch is to blame.

“As a result of a technical error in the Division of Taxation’s automated refund check printing system, approximately 176 checks with invalid signature lines were printed and mailed to taxpayers on Monday 7/27/2020. The invalid signature lines were incorrectly sourced from the Division’s test print files,” said Jade Borgeson, Chief of Staff for the Department of Revenue.

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The bogus checks included corporate tax refunds, sales tax rebates, and tax credit refunds. Those who received the wrong signatures can get a replacement from the state.

There was no information available on whether any of the checks with the wrong signatures were deposited.
by clarkkenallstar at 08-01-2020, 05:26 PM
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EXCLUSIVE: Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix have teamed up with Cowspiracy filmmaker Keegan Kuhn and BAFTA Award-winning director Alex Lockwood, to executive produce, The End of Medicine, a new feature-length documentary about zoonotic diseases, which threaten the health and lives of the entire human population.

The doc began production in October 2019, months before Covid-19 was making headlines around the world and touches on the disease, which is when germs and viruses that spread between human and non-human animals. It includes interviews with some of the world’s leading scientists whose research and testimonies conclude that the public health emergency we are presently facing was inevitable and is far from over.

The prevalence of new viruses, including Covid-19, were preceded by deadly ‘superbug’ outbreaks such as swine and avian flu, MRSA infections, multi-drug resistant organisms, and a host of food-borne illnesses, which can all be traced back to one industry: animal agriculture. And according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the end of medicine as we know it is upon us, as we have entered a post-antibiotic era.

“We hope that The End of Medicine is an eye-opening call to action and ignites a spark of willingness to change our habits,” say Mara and Phoenix in a joint statement. “The science is irrefutable. Modern animal agriculture will continue to make us sick if we don’t radically change our patterns of consumption.”
In April, as the death toll from Covid-19 began to surge, Mara and Phoenix penned an Op-Ed for The Washington Post addressing the rarely reported facts about the prominence of wet markets operating in the US.

“Collectively, we are becoming increasingly aware of the threat that zoonotic diseases pose, but our governments and the mainstream media predominantly focus on fire fighting rather than prevention,” Lockwood said. “With this film, we hope to shine a light on the extent to which animal agriculture and environmental destruction contribute to these emerging threats. We also hope to lift the veil on how issues of racial injustice and disease are often intrinsically linked.”

The co-production, under the banners of Kuhn’s First Spark Media, Lockwood’s Lockwood Film along with Mara & Phoenix, will conclude production by the end of 2020.
by clarkkenallstar at 08-01-2020, 05:04 PM
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British filmmaker Alan Parker, director of movies ranging from "Bugsy Malone", a gangster comedy featuring children armed with machineguns that fired cream, to the tense prison drama "Midnight Express", died on Friday aged 76.


Parker, who also directed "Fame", "Mississippi Burning", "Evita", "The Commitments" and other successful movies, died after a lengthy illness, a spokeswoman said.

Known for his eclecticism, Parker was equally at ease in the worlds of musical comedy and of hard-hitting true crime drama.
"Bugsy Malone", Parker's highly original feature film debut in 1976, was a musical parody of Prohibition-era gangster movies, performed entirely by children. It featured a young Jodie Foster as the glamorous singer Tallulah, and other child actors who went on to have successful careers.

Parker followed up with "Midnight Express", based on the true story of an American man imprisoned in Turkey for smuggling hashish. The film won two Oscars, including one for Oliver Stone, who wrote the script.

Again moving in a different direction, Parker then made the gritty musical "Fame", about the highs and lows of the lives of performing arts students in New York - a huge commercial success that spawned a spin-off TV series.

He also directed the film "Pink Floyd - The Wall", which was inspired by the rock band's hit album of the same name.

Subsequent successes included "Birdy", a drama about Vietnam War veterans, and "Angel Heart", a sinister, atmospheric thriller set in New Orleans starring Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro.

The actor Matthew Modine tweeted to say "Being cast in his epic film, Birdy, transformed my life. Alan was a great artist whose films will live forever".

"INCREDIBLE RUN OF HITS"

"Mississippi Burning" starred Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe as FBI agents investigating the disappearance of three civil rights activists in the 1960s. The film was based on true events, although it deviated from the facts in some important ways.

Although widely acclaimed at the time, garnering seven Oscar nominations and winning one, the movie was also criticised by some in the Black community. Critics objected to a lack of Black role models, and what they saw as a narrow focus on the white FBI agents.

Parker later returned to music, with commercial success, directing "The Commitments", a comedy about a short-lived soul band in Dublin, and "Evita", based on an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical and starring Madonna in the title role.

Lloyd Webber said Parker was "one of the few directors to truly understand musicals on screen".

Parker also made a film version of "Angela's Ashes", based on the bestselling memoir of the same name by Frank McCourt.

British filmmaker Edgar Wright, director of "Shaun of the Dead" and "Baby Driver", was among many figures from the world of cinema who named Parker as an influence.

"His incredible run of hits as a British filmmaker gave immense inspiration to me," said Wright, adding that he had twice parodied Parker's "beguiling" debut "Bugsy Malone" and wanted one of the songs from that film played at his funeral.

Parker received honours in Britain for his achievements in filmmaking, including a knighthood in 2002. His films won a total of 19 British film academy awards (Baftas), 10 Golden Globes and 10 Oscars.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which awards the Oscars, called him "an extraordinary talent":

"His work entertained us, connected us, and gave us such a strong sense of time and place."

Parker is survived by his wife Lisa Moran-Parker, five children and seven grandchildren.
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